sante pollastri wrote:
I confess I can't get accustomed to these crankset though
seems to me the designers got carried away by I dunno what - "designry" - "fashion" - you have to change the crankset so the old good looking ones look out od date ????
may be you are correct,but I'm plenty of Campagnolo groupsets on several bikes,and so I want to change something,and now I can say that I prefer japanese precision instead of campy aesthetic.
I won't contradict you on that
I love Dura Ace
but to me dura ace 7400 or 7700 are the ones
the 7800 crankset is the start of the "demise"
Serotta Max 853
Scapin Rudolf 2002
and now having been bitten by the vintage roadie bug ! is this serious doctor ?